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making soaps, shampoos

 
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Recently experimented with making soap with fresh goat's milk from my friend's farm. Has anyone made liquid soap or shampoo and may be willing to share a recipe or recommend a website? The only recipe I could find is an all day process, wondering if that is necessary?
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Liquid shampoo is very complicated. (see http://swiftcraftymonkey.blogspot.com.es/p/hair-care.html)

Liquid soap is also trickier that solid bar soap, but there are various ways to go about it.

Two sources for further research:

http://www.soapmakingforum.com/
http://www.forum.fresholi.co.uk/

Have fun!
 
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